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Book Launch: Negotiating Conflict in Lebanon by Mohamad Hafeda

6:30 pm to 9:00 pm, 05 December 2019

Negotiating Conflict in Lebanon by Mohamad Hafeda

Join Bartlett alumnus Mohamad Hafeda for drinks and discussions to launch his latest book Negotiating Conflict in Lebanon: Bordering Practices in a Divided Beirut, published by Bloomsbury, 2019.

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The Bartlett School of Architecture

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Room 6.02
The Bartlett School of Architecture
22 Gordon Street
London
WC1H 0QB

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About the event

Mohamad Hafeda will be joined by Dr Nishat Awan of Goldsmiths University and Professor Anthony Downey of Birmingham City University, for a series of presentations, discussions and drinks. The evening will be hosted by The Bartlett's Professor Jane Rendell.

Copies of the book will be available to purchase with cash during the evening.


About the book

Negotiating Conflict in Lebanon: Bordering Practices in a Divided Beirut (Bloomsbury, 2019) is the culmination of Mohamad's practice-led research project; a nine-year investigation into sectarian and political struggles in Lebanon.

It employs art processes to investigate everyday borders as immaterial processes and practices. The book considers how artistic research can itself be seen as a form of a critical spatial practice and, in particular, a bordering practice.


Biography

Mohamad Hafeda is a senior lecturer of architecture at Leeds Beckett University, and a founding member of the collective Febrik. Mohamad obtained his PhD in Architectural Design from The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL in 2015.

Image credit: Mohamad Hafeda, still from The Chosen Two, 2012-14


Supported by Leeds Beckett University


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